Sumatran Tiger Climbs 4-5 Metre Pole to Eat Dinner.

The Sumatran Tiger’s incredible ascent to dinner. As seen here in the Great Western Plains Zoo in Dubbo, NSW, the tiger’s acute vision and hearing enable it to be an effective predator.

The tiger is critically endangered and only has a population of about 680 individuals on the Indonesian island of Sumatra.

“Don’t jump into water if you are chased by a tiger, or climb a tree. All you have to is be faster than the lowest person in your group” – Australia zoo

Now that is pure strength, considering they weigh even heavier than lions. Incredible power!

they r the ultimate hunters. they can run swim and climb so escaping is impossible.